|Quoting Flighty (Reply 4):|
One government agency handing some papers to another government agency. It kind of resembles real business though.
|Quoting Rara (Reply 5):|
Business or not, at the end people travel in airplanes from one point to another..
|Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 1):|
Now if Comac can only score a western order they'll really be in business.
|Quoting Flighty (Reply 6):|
but they took some effort to make it appear like IFLC is ordering planes from Boeing, didn't they.
|Quoting col (Reply 9):|
You seem to have a problem with China. First your MU comment, which showed you have no understanding of China/MU or really understand that in China they do run airlines successfully. Now the largest leasing company in China have followed GE Capital, CA, CZ, MU etc in ordering the plane, more than likely to be leased to the large profitable and growing Chinese airlines. Seems like good business sense to me, much more so that Airbus and Boeing selling all those units to AA!!!